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Why should you Sell to Vancouver Redevelopment?
Selling a home in Portland can be complicated but we break it down into a simple three step process. If you are looking to sell a home in Portland please contact us today to set up an appointment. We buy homes and the entire process can be completed in as little as 7 days.
About Clackamas, OR
Clackamas, Oregon is an unincorporated community in Clackamas County, Oregon. Clackamas is part of the greater Portland area located in the South East corner of Portland, between Happy Valley and Oregon City. Clackamas is served by the Clackamas High School, one of three high schools in the North Clackamas School District. Due to its proximity to Portland, Clackamas is served by a number of TriMet bus lines and the MAX Light Rail Green Line. Like much of the Pacific Northwest, Clackamas is rich with public parks such as Tryon Creek State Natural and the always beautiful Mount Talbert Nature Park. For families or those young at heart, the North Clackamas Aquatic park features an indoor wave pool, water slides and rock wall.
If you are more of a shopper than outdoors adventure seeker then check out Oregon’s Largest Shopping Mall when you visit Clackamas Town Center in nearby Happy Valley. You’ll not only experience the best shopping in the Portland metro area, but you’ll treat your taste buds to the largest collection of restaurants in Oregon. Fuel your shopping trip or sit down for a bite before catching a movie at the onsite 20-screen Century Theatres.
History of Clackamas, OR
The name Clackamas, comes from the Clackamas Indians; a tribe of Native Americans who traditionally lived along the Clackamas River in the Willamette Valley. Lewis and Clark estimated their population at 1800 in 1806. At the time the tribe lived in 11 villages and subsisted on fish and roots. While there isn’t much history of Clackamas, it is adjacent to Oregon City which is the county seat of Clackamas County. It is located on the Willamette River near the southern limits of the Portland metropolitan area.
Established in 1829 by the Hudson’s Bay Company, in 1844 it became the first U.S. city west of the Rocky Mountains to be incorporated. Known in recent decades as the site of several large paper mills on the Willamette River, the city played a significant role in the early history of the Oregon Country. It was the capital of the Oregon Territory from its establishment in 1848 until 1851, and rivaled Portland for early supremacy in the area. In 1846, the city’s newspaper, the Oregon Spectator, was the first American newspaper to be published west of the Rocky Mountains. Oregon City College was established in 1849 as a Baptist school, but was defunct by the 1870s. Oregon City was the site of the Beaver Coins Mint, producing the short-lived independent Oregon Territory currency in 1849.
No-Risk Closing — a Deal is a Deal
When we agree to buy your home, we guarantee the deal is done.
Many cash buyers make their offer contingent on selling your home immediately. If they don’t find another buyer, the deal is off and you don’t get your cash, even if you both already signed the paperwork.
We don’t think this is right. When we buy your home, we’ll be the final buyer and you’ll always get your cash.
Vancouver Redevelopment Is Here to Help
We Buy Houses in the Entire PORTLAND Metro Area
We’re interested in buying properties in any condition located throughout Portland, Vancouver, and the surrounding area.
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Not sure if we buy homes in your area? Reach out to us by calling 360-558-3338. We’ll work with you to get you a cash offer for your home or put you in touch with someone who can.